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Field Photos

Going afield this fall? Sure you are. Taking a photo with your spoils? Sure you are. Do yourself (and hunting) a favor by considering a few of these tips for better field photos.
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Trophy pictures showing hunters with game they have taken have been the primary means of recording hunting successes since the advent of cameras.
With archives of more than 45,000 big-game trophies dating back to 1830, perhaps no organization sees more field photos, from wow to meh, than Boone and Crockett Club. Trophy data is vital for conservation because it gauges species, population and habitat health. Outstanding field photos are a...

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